Offering the Right Care means animals are not left in dangerous circumstances to cause harm, suffer, or die because the shelter can’t admit them; nor are they are admitted to a crowded shelter when there are better options within the community. You’re doing this work because you want to serve animals and people in the shelter and in the community, but in order to provide the best care, you have to know—and make sure you’re operating within—your capacity for care. Within the shelter’s walls, the Right Care encompasses staffing, housing and programs to meet each animal’s basic needs. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to provide humane housing and match community need to community capacity and shelter services to ensure all animals receive the care that is right for them. The four “Right” webinars were presented as a series, “The Future Is Four: The Right Care in the Right Place at the Right Time to the Right Outcome.”